‘Dominion Dating’ Site Launches to the Sound of Egalitarians Wailing and Gnashing Their Teeth
A Kickstarter campaign has launched for a new online dating service that is sure to curdle the milk of soyboys everywhere and bring out the rapid eye-twitching in our “egalikaren sistren,” boasting that it has been designed from the ground up for couples who “affirm male headship as normative in the spheres of family, church, civil governance and society-at-large,” and who affirm the dominion mandate in Genesis 1:28, which is to “be fruitful & multiply…and take dominion.”
“Dominion Dating” is the brainchild of Brandon and Amanda Durham, a recently married couple based in Texas. He is an ordained minister within the SBC who has pastored several churches across the globe, including 7 years as lead pastor. She is a Brazilian actress whose Instagram is rife with quotes from Charles Spurgeon and R.C Sproul.
Unabashedly seeking to fill a niche in the market, the site is unapologetic in its mission, noting that they are “robust, deeply biblical, and down-right offensive to the masses of culturally-conformed Christians who flood most dating sites!” and that “Our aim is to increase faithful tribes, while calling Big Eva’s woke tribes & feminists-in-denial to repentance!”
One of the selling points is that there is a more rigorous screening process than larger sites like eHarmony and ChristianMingle, as membership requires a verified pastoral reference from a doctrinally sound church.
Furthermore, anyone signing up must pledge that they have “membership in good standing in a local evangelical church that upholds biblical marriage & sexuality, for at least three months prior to joining Dominion Dating.”
Of particular note, anyone wishing to join must affirm a statement of convictions and commitment, which includes declarations like “male headship as normative in the spheres of family, church, civil governance and society-at-large” that “we affirm God’s normative plan for women to exercise dominion in the home as homemaker and helpmate, in glad submission to a husband. We recognize the necessity, at times, for women to seek employment outside the home, but reject ‘careerism’ as normative for women.”
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Thanks for posting this article. Sign me up. By the way, who is Christina Mingle? Is she related to Christian Mingle? I can tell you from having been on there and eHarmony, the definition of a “Christian” is pretty broad so this new service is welcome, as long is enough people who are true believers join it since being equally yoked is paramount.
Yep, liberals’ heads will explode over this, no doubt. Should be fun.
the biggest problem will be in finding a church that supports this. most are too busy enjoying the extra money from career women.